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Great late season pollen source! Attracts many small flies, wasps, butterflies, and bees. 

Long-lived, warm season, rhizomatous perennial, forms clumps and sends out runners but can be easily managed in a garden setting.


  • Height- 36”- 48”
  • Width- 12”-24”
  • Water: Dry to Moist (grows vigorously with additional moisture)
  • Sun: Full sun to part shade
  • Bloom time: July to early August
  • Direct sowing: best sown in spring (March). Seeds are not dormant but germinate best in warm temperatures (65-80 degrees).
  • Growing transplants: easily grown from seed.

West Coast Goldenrod

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